By Anne Serre
– Y a-t-il certains de ces personnages que tu préfères aux autres?
– Non, dans mon cœur ils sont tous exactement à l. a. même position. Et d’ailleurs, il s’agit peu de 'cœur'. Encore une fois, je n’ai pour eux et ils n’ont pour moi aucune affection particulière. Nous n’avons pas de sentiments les uns pour les autres, nous sommes dans l’action. think un petit lot de gens qui pour une raison ou une autre se retrouveraient seuls sur l. a. terre avec pour seul désir celui de vivre. Ce que nous avons en commun et qui nous rassemble, c’est d’être dans los angeles même scenario avec l. a. même purpose. Notre alliance est indéfectible, muette, tacite, fondée sur une espèce de tristesse que je ne m’explique pas bien.
Un écrivain explique à son interlocuteur – son double? – remark il entre dans l’écriture et l’imaginaire. Il lui parle de ses personnages, des relatives qu’il entretient avec eux. Il lui montre remark il est à l. a. fois dans et hors du roman. Avec une familiarité travel à travel joueuse et impérieuse, il l’entraîne avec lui de l’autre côté du miroir, là où le roman prend corps. Dans ce voyage au cœur de l. a. fabrication d’une œuvre, Anne Serre nous convie, nous, lecteurs, à une expérience precise et vertigineuse.
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